The Law of Awareness
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|November 4, 2020
Neville's book The Law of Awareness takes a close look at the mind's influence over our life. This book is not for the faint of heart because Neville explores some complex ideas that will stump even seasoned self-help readers. But The Law of Awareness is a game-changer if you're up for the battle.
Let me begin by stating that Neville is not your typical self-help guru. He doesn't sugarcoat anything and isn't afraid to speak the harsh realities. The reader must determine how they want to use the information after he lays it all out there.
There are three primary divisions in the book: “Awareness,” “Transcendence,” and “Manifestation.” Neville explores the idea of consciousness and how it links to our thoughts and beliefs in the first portion. He discusses how our beliefs influence our reality and how we may alter our beliefs to alter our reality.
The concept of transcendence and how we can transcend our constricting ideas and thoughts to achieve a higher state of consciousness are covered in depth in the second segment by Neville. He discusses how doing this can help us learn more about ourselves and the world we live in.
Finally, Neville addresses manifestation in the third segment, explaining how we can use our ideas and beliefs to attract the things we want into our life. He offers activities and useful advice that readers can apply to start achieving their goals.
Neville supports his arguments throughout the book with references to Eastern philosophy, religion, quantum mechanics, and neuroscience. To further clarify his arguments, he frequently uses examples and personal tales.
I can almost hear you saying, “Great, another self-help book instructing me to just think positively and everything will be fine.” The Law of Awareness, however, is distinct. It's important to understand the inner workings of the mind and how to use them, not merely to think positively. It's like “The Secret” taken to the next level.
In conclusion, The Law of Awareness is absolutely worth reading if you're seeking for a book that will push the boundaries of your thinking and provide fresh perspectives on the power of the mind. With a sprinkling of Dennis Miller comedy, it's a cross between “The Secret,” “The Power of Now,” and “The Tao Te Ching.” Just remember that Neville is not the kind of teacher who will hold your hand during the entire procedure.
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